Asus Eee PC Dissembled

Posted: Oct 31 2007, 2:04am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:36am CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

 
Asus Eee PC Dissembled
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We have already seen several reviews (review 1, review 2, review 3) of the 7 inch Asus Eee PC. Now Tweaktown has gone a step further and took their Asus Eee PC apart to see what makes this low-cost Linux/Windows notebook tick.

Quote from the Asus Eee dissection report: "With the top layer off I was ready to put down my tools and get the camera snap shots. Check out these gorgeous pictures. The Eee PC is opened up and if you zoom in you can see the backside of the motherboard. The central white crevasse in the middle is the slot where the DDR2 RAM fits in."
See the photos and read the full Asus Eee PC dissection report on Teaktown.

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